U.S. Composting Council President Joins NuTerra as Director of Facilities Operations

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--()--NuTerra, a designer, builder, and provider of services based on proprietary financial and risk analysis models that help municipalities address capital and operating changes, today announced that Lorrie Loder is its new director of facilities operations and will be responsible for the operation of the company’s expanding regional composting hubs based in Florida. NuTerra President and CEO Aaron Zahn said, “Lorrie’s extensive communications, compliance, operational, and marketing experience in the biosolids, compost and organics industry provides strong management capabilities for the complex issues surrounding compost operations. Her expertise and industry leadership makes her an ideal team member for helping us meet the demand for composting operations that address diminishing disposal outlets and landfill capacity, increasing environmental regulations, and rising energy costs.”

The U.S. Composting Council president and chair was most recently senior director of technical services at Synagro Technologies, where she was responsible for public relations, regulatory permitting, and compliance for their nationwide land application program. Over the past 16 years, she also held a number of leadership positions at the company in the areas of compost product marketing, compost facility environmental compliance, and regulatory affairs and public relations.

Loder’s extensive involvement with a federally permitted (Title V) compost facility provided her the opportunity to co-author a compost air emission study, “Assessing Air Emissions of VOCs, Ammonia, Fixed Gases, and Siloxanes from Biofilters at Compost Facilities Using the SCAQMD Modified USEPA Surface Flux Chamber Technology” which was presented at the 2010 Air and Waste Management Association Annual Conference and published in BioCycle Magazine in 2012. She has presented “Components for Successful Compost Facility Operations” at several industry conferences and will speak at the U.S. Composting Council next month.

About NuTerra
NuTerra designs, builds, and provides services for long-term sustainable organic waste and biosolids management solutions. The company has a 100 percent successful track record and has delivered an average savings of 40-plus percent in operating costs and 90-plus percent in energy consumption. In the industry’s most collaborative public-private partnerships, NuTerra efficiently addresses capital and operating expenses, regulatory compliance, public sentiment, and environmental issues (i.e. noise, odor, material handling, physical footprint, greenhouse gas emissions). Its “progressive” project delivery method is the most cost-effective approach for addressing population growth, urban encroachment, and failing infrastructure with a dramatic reduction in facility size. NuTerra further reduces investment and risk by using the industry’s only before-and-after financial and risk models based on verifiable operational and financial data, feasibility analysis, and proven advanced technologies. The company can help obtain financing for projects to address escalating capital requirements that are typically underfunded, and offers municipalities total waste reutilization by recycling nutrients into high-value, marketable end products that address diminishing disposal outlets, restrictive landfill capacity, escalating unit costs, increasing environmental regulations and rising energy costs. For more information, visit www.nuterra.green, follow us on Twitter @NuTerraMgmt or call 904-819-9170.

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Contacts

For NuTerra:
Jennifer Schwegman, 651-247-6640
jennifer@schwegmancommunications.com

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U.S. Composting Council President Lorrie Loder Joins NuTerra as Director of Facilities Operations

Contacts

For NuTerra:
Jennifer Schwegman, 651-247-6640
jennifer@schwegmancommunications.com